Any scholarship questions can be directed to the Recruiting Operations Officer Austin Salazar.
Those receiving Army scholarships make a choice between the Army paying for tuition or paying for room and board. This choice is indicated when the original contract is signed and reconfirmed each year at the beginning of the fall semester.
In addition to providing an excellent education and top-notch training to be an Army officer, the Lewis-Clark State College is a great value for scholarship recipients. For example, if a Cadet has the Army pay for tuition and stays in the dorms for all four years, their education will be an outstanding bargain!
Contracted cadets receive a monthly stipend of $420 per month during the school year.
Cadets who are contracted with a scholarship also receive a $600 per semester book stipend.